The first weekend of September sees the celebration of Cap Classique - South Africa’s excellent interpretation of France’s famous sparkling wines. While only sparkling wines from the area of Champagne can be called Champagne, the same méthode traditionnelle is used to produce the beautiful South African version of this celebratory wine.
Taste La Motte’s Vintage Méthode Cap Classique wines
During the first weekend of September, South Africa celebrates Cap Classique and we invite you to a join us in the La Motte Tasting Room between 1 and 3 September for a Vintage tasting of La Motte MCC. R200 per person. More information & to book, click here.
Talk & Taste Fermentation
Join the La Motte baker and winemaker on Saturday, 2 September for an introduction to fermentation and its influence on taste, smell and texture – in bread and bubbly. R500 per person.
10:00 La Motte Bakery for a focus on fermentation in bread with La Motte head baker, Ricardo Slawers.
11:00 La Motte Manor house for a vintage tasting of La Motte Méthode Cap Classique.
To make a reservation, email: email@example.com
A Titillating Taste of Tradition
Apple tart is hardly unique to South African cuisine, but cooking with fruit and vegetables is an important part of our food heritage, something we also celebrate during September. The tart's flavours of apple, caramel and pastry also beg for a méthode champenoise sparkling wine where the traditional preparation method ensures yeasty notes and apple flavours.
Click here for more delicious recipes to try with La Motte MCC.